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Indicate which of the following are present in the primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary structures ofproteins:

a. peptidebonds

b. hydrogen bonds between adjacentpeptides

c. hydrogen bonds within a singlepeptide

d. hydrophobic interactions

e. association of four polypeptide chains

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